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|information:6 months min. Utilities & wi-fi fee of $125 for 1 person, $150 for 2 people|
Experience living in a furnished apartment “community” when you rent an apartment at this converted Brooklyn townhouse. Residents can socialize in the building’s common areas such as the communal garden and rooftop. This 1 bedroom/1 bath apartment is located on the 2nd floor of a low-rise building located near Weirfield Street & Irving Avenue in the Bushwick section of Brooklyn.
This stylish 1 bedroom furnished rental mixes classic features and bold new decor. Charming exposed brick walls and retro-style appliances are a reminder of Brooklyn’s past while chic decor and a renovated interior give the space new life. In the living room you have bay windows facing the street and a plush blue sofa that sits against a painted white brick wall. The vintage-inspired kitchen has colorful teal cabinets and is equipped for all your culinary needs with Italian SMEG appliances, gas stove, and retro fridge. In the bedroom you’ll find a full size bed with luxurious mattress resting against a painted brick accent wall. The bathroom offers a glass enclosed rainfall shower, a sink, toilet and vanity.
This co-living building offers high-tech electronics like Google Home, Nest eco-thermostats, and a smartphone intercom. Enjoy some sun in the shared back garden, complete with outdoor seating, a BBQ grill and a fire pit or head to the rooftop space to enjoy the view over the neighborhood. A resident curator can offer suggestions on hotspots to discover in Bushwick’s thriving arts and entertainment scene. For your grocery needs, head down Wyckoff Avenue to Food Bazaar Supermarket (.4mi/.64km away). Dining options in the area include Industry 1332, just a block away at 1332 Halsey Street offering Latin tapas and drinks and Houdini Kitchen Laboratory (.4mi/.64km away) offering gourmet wood-fired pizza pies and appetizers in an industrial atmosphere.
Subway access can be found at Halsey Street / Wyckoff Avenue: (L line) and Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues: (L/M line).